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588b7fac36
Remove Phone Link
Signed-off-by: Tommy <contact@tommytran.io>
2024-04-14 02:36:14 -07:00
71f5b5fc2e
Remove more bloat
Signed-off-by: Tommy <contact@tommytran.io>
2024-04-14 02:16:05 -07:00
a3bd27eca7
Remove more bloat
Signed-off-by: Tommy <contact@tommytran.io>
2024-04-14 01:59:17 -07:00
7fa899c182
Add MicrosoftDefenderSandbox script
Signed-off-by: Tommy <contact@tommytran.io>
2024-04-14 01:29:37 -07:00
e2fd0d29d7
Remove non functional command
Signed-off-by: Tommy <contact@tommytran.io>
2024-04-14 01:28:12 -07:00
bf05a7bbfc
Typo Fix
Signed-off-by: Tommy <contact@tommytran.io>
2024-04-14 01:08:28 -07:00
2a0944c4c3
Simple debloat script
Signed-off-by: Tommy <contact@tommytran.io>
2024-04-14 00:42:05 -07:00
5 changed files with 10 additions and 20 deletions

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MicrosoftTeams
Microsoft.ScreenSketch
Microsoft.Paint
Microsoft.549981C3F5F10
Microsoft.MicrosoftOfficeHub
Microsoft.WindowsFeedbackHub
Microsoft.People
Clipchamp.Clipchamp
Microsoft.GetStarted
MicrosoftCorporationII.QuickAssist
Microsoft.WindowsAlarms
Microsoft.WindowsSoundRecorder
Microsoft.XboxGamingOverlay
Microsoft.YourPhone
Microsoft.WindowsMaps
Microsoft.MicrosoftSolitaireCollection
Microsoft.Windows.DevHome
Microsoft.OutlookForWindows

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- Run `Get-AppxPackage -AllUsers <PackageName> | Remove-AppxPackage -AllUsers` to remove the unwanted packages.
- "Uninstall" the remaining annoying apps from the Start Menu. They are not really apps on the system, they are just annoying shortcuts which will install the apps when you click on them. The list of packages I remove on my Parallels system is in the `Parallels.txt` file.
- "Uninstall" the remaining annoying apps from the Start Menu. They are not really apps on the system, they are just annoying shortcuts which will install the apps when you click on them.
- Open the terminal and run `winget list` to see the remaining packages (note that this will not exclude Framework packages). Remove the remaining undesirable apps with `winget remove <PackageName>`. In most cases, this will just be OneDrive.
- For some reason, the Remote Desktop Connection app doesn't show up with both `Get-AppxPackage` and `winget`. Remove it with `mstsc /uninstall`. https://learn.microsoft.com/en-us/windows-server/remote/remote-desktop-services/clients/uninstall-remote-desktop-connection?tabs=command-prompt#uninstall-remote-desktop-connection
- For some reason, the Remote Desktop Connection app doesn't show up with both `Get-AppxPackage` and `winget`. Remove it with `mstsc /uninstall`. https://learn.microsoft.com/en-us/windows-server/remote/remote-desktop-services/clients/uninstall-remote-desktop-connection?tabs=command-prompt#uninstall-remote-desktop-connection

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Scripts/DeBloat.ps1 Normal file
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$Bloat = 'MicrosoftTeams|Microsoft.ScreenSketch|Microsoft.Paint|Microsoft.549981C3F5F10|Microsoft.MicrosoftOfficeHub|Microsoft.WindowsFeedbackHub|Microsoft.People|Clipchamp.Clipchamp|Microsoft.GetStarted|MicrosoftCorporationII.QuickAssist|Microsoft.WindowsAlarms|Microsoft.WindowsSoundRecorder|Microsoft.YourPhone|Microsoft.WindowsMaps|Microsoft.MicrosoftSolitaireCollection|Microsoft.Windows.DevHome|Microsoft.OutlookForWindows|Microsoft.BingWeather|Microsoft.WindowsCamera|Microsoft.Todos|Microsoft.GetHelp|Microsoft.BingNews|Microsoft.MicrosoftStickyNotes|Microsoft.WindowsCalculator|Microsoft.Windows.Ai.Copilot.Provider|Microsoft.OneDriveSync|MicrosoftWindows.CrossDevice'
Get-AppxPackage -AllUsers | Where-Object {$_.Name -Match $Bloat} | Remove-AppxPackage -AllUsers

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setx /M MP_FORCE_USE_SANDBOX 1

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# Scripts
- Put these in your NETLOGON directory
- In group policy objects, select the object you want to edit -> Computer Configuration -> Windows Setings -> Scripts -> Startup -> PowerShell Script, and add the scripts you want to use. Personally, I use all of these scripts in my Default Domain Policy object.